Episode 9 of the People + Profit Podcast –
Growing Culture Through Music.
Guest: Brian Mohr, anthym
When it comes to finding the right guests to bring on to the People and Profit Podcast, our team always has our eyes open for great company leaders that align with Conscious Capitalism and the four tenants. This month we did not have to look very far to find a well-known leader in the Conscious Capitalism network here within the Arizona community as well as the Conscious Capitalism International Team.
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About this Episode
Brian Mohr jumped on the Conscious Capitalism bandwagon back before 2015 when he found “his people.” As many others, Brian stumbled upon the Conscious Capitalism movement and knew he had to be part of the tribe. He has been on the board for Conscious Capitalism International and currently sits on the board locally for the Arizona Chapter as well. Not only has he been part of Conscious Capitalism in that facet but also in his past and present company leadership roles that he has held. From growing the very culture focused company Y-scouts, to his new and very culture focused company anthym.
anthym is an interactive, personal storytelling platform leveraging the power of music to catalog some of the most meaningful and pivotal moments and memories in our lives.
It’s becoming clear that the future of work will be embracing an increase in work-from-anywhere and remote work scenarios, which presents a whole new set of challenges for teams and companies. anthym is focusing on bringing the team members together and allowing them to connect on a deeper level. We know WHAT people do but this program allows the team members to truly learn about WHO the people are that they work with.
This podcast dives into the tenant of company culture, why it is important, the need to improve it, and how anthym can improve it. This is a great podcast to listen to if you have read about conscious capitalism and you think that these people align with you. Listen in to find your tribe just like Brian did.
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Building cohesive remote teams and culture is incredibly difficult – anthym is here to make it easier. At its core, anthym is a personal storytelling platform that helps you reflect on and catalog some of your most meaningful and important life moments by leveraging the power of cultural touchstones like music, movies, books, and TV shows, which results in your personal anthym profile.
Together with your teammates, the anthym experience is brought to life by a facilitated virtual onboarding where you and your teammates share stories with one another and create powerful, authentic connections. After the onboarding experience, the anthym platform allows for continuous team connection and helps promote connection, inclusion, belonging and trust.
Brian Mohr’s career is a learning-based journey with an intense focus on people, purpose, values, culture, and leadership. Brian has had amazing entrepreneurial and leadership experiences at Jobing.com, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Y Scouts and Conscious Capitalism Arizona. Today, Brian is channeling his experiences and energy into helping organizations build cohesive teams in the rapidly accelerating virtual workplace through his new company, Anthym.
Brian is on the national Board of Directors of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., he is a Board member and President Emeritus of the Arizona Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, a member of the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau of the Pacific Southwest, a TEDx speaker, and the co-author of “Hiring on Purpose – How the Y Scouts Method is Revolutionizing the Search for Leaders”.
Brian’s most important and cherished responsibilities are being the lucky father to his 2 daughters, Taylor and Riley, and the proud husband to his wife, Jackie. In his spare time, you’ll find Brian practicing guitar and catching a live music concert every chance he can get.
About Our People and Profit Co-Hosts
Sarah McCraren is an Arizona native with a strong sense of community. Sarah spent many years in the corporate finance world specializing in the operational analysis, measurement and accountability systems, project management and software implementations. However, Sarah wanted to do work which was meaningful and would positively impact her community.
She found that saving lives and reducing injuries through comprehensive safety programs fit that bill. Sarah currently leads the McCraren Compliance team by keeping everyone focused on their primary purpose, creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other, and balancing the needs of all their stakeholders.
Sarah serves on the Boards for Conscious Capitalism Arizona and the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration Tucson Chapter, and is also active with the Arizona Builders Alliance, Arizona Rock Products Association , Arizona Transportation Builders and Women in Mining Az.
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Creating Workplaces Where We All Watch Out for Each Other
No arm twisting is required to get Jeremy Neis, a CC Arizona leadership team member, to engage in conversation with impassioned business minds on the topic of leveraging enterprise to create long lasting advancements for humanity.
His two plus decades of entrepreneurial experience, leading strategic initiatives and tailoring solutions for organizations, families and individuals has led to a strong appreciation of the profound impact business wields over the people it serves and relies upon.
It is his delight to explore with inspiration, show guests their experiences, observations and approaches to doing business in a people centered manner.